Our colleague User:Khalid Mahmood, the most prolific contributor to the
Western Punjabi Wikipedia, has died earlier this month, after long
Khalid was an educator from Pakistan who was passionate about creating and
sharing free knowledge. He had great plans for promoting the mission in
Pakistan. He has made more than 67 thousand edits across the projects. He
attended Wikimania 2012 and 2014, where some of us met him.
If you wish to leave condolences or share memories of Khalid, I suggest his
talk page on Meta:
 Western Punjabi [used in Pakistan] and Eastern Punjabi [used in India]
are practically the same language, but Western is written in the
Perso-Arabic Shahmukhi script, whereas Eastern is written in the Gurmukhi
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